Victoria Seaman was elected in a special election in 2019 and completed the term for Ward 2 which was extended through 2022. She won re-election in the primary of June 2022 with 55% of the vote and will end her term in 2026.
Councilwoman Seaman serves on the Debt Committee, Yucca Mountain Nuclear Repository Committee, Southern Nevada Water Authority (Alt), Recommending Committee, and serves as Chair of the Audit Committee. She is also on the advisory committee of Chamberlin University and a Strategy and Resource Advisor for the American Melanoma Institute.
Originally from California, Victoria moved to Nevada in 2005. As a descendant of José Antonio de la Guerra y Noriega, father of the land of the Californios, she is proud of her long and rich Hispanic heritage.
Victoria spent one term and two special sessions in the Nevada State Legislature representing Clark County’s Assembly District 34. In the Assembly, she was the Southern Majority Whip, Vice Chair of the Commerce and Labor Committee, Judiciary, Chair of the HOA sub-committee, and Legislative Operations Committees.
A passion for serving the community led Victoria to earn an associate degree in political science from the College of Southern Nevada and a bachelor’s degree in urban studies with a minor in family studies from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. She was inducted into the Urban Studies Honor Society by the Upsilon Sigma chapter at the University of Nevada Las Vegas School of Public Policy and Leadership.
As an elected official and community leader, Councilwoman Seaman has advocated for issues important to Nevada. She has focused on lower taxes, fewer government regulations for small business owners, guardianship issues to protect seniors, human rights, and issues related to Animal Welfare. She has also given many volunteer hours to her church, charities, and various not-for-profits, serving on the advisory committee for Friends of Parkinson’s.
Victoria’s passion for giving to her community and serving others does not go unnoticed. Her recent awards include the International Christian Academy Community and Leadership award, recognition from Friends of Parkinson’s, Friends of Recovery award from the Foundation for Recovery, and a medal award from Marsy’s Law for victims’ advocacy.
A combination of formal education, esthetics training, business experience, entrepreneurial spirit, and a keen eye for detail has afforded Victoria’s success as a leader in business and politics.
In addition to holding Real Estate and Business Broker licenses in Nevada, Victoria has also created, founded, and owned day spas. She has successfully designed and manufactured high-end bath, body, and skincare product lines. Although she has sold those businesses, she still holds her esthetics license.
Victoria and her husband, John, have been married for 20 years. They love bike riding, entertaining, and animals. They share their Nevada home with four dogs: Pierre, Coco, Jacque, and Blu Theo (Bully).